Although I Am Only Level 1, but with This Unique Skill, I Am the Strongest

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Satou Ryouta who died from overworking at a black company was reincarnated to another world. Although Ryouta was alive, he is now burdened with the inconvenience that his level is fixed to 1 in this new world.

Although he wasn’t able to raise his level, he had a unique skill that can create a cheat-like item that shouldn’t exist in the world from a monster.

He got to know about his status and MAX them with the help of ability-up items. He gathered a number of weapons and items that can only be used by himself, allowing him to be level 1 but yet, having the strongest equipment.

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Forever level 1, but strongest with unique skills.
レベル1だけどユニークスキルで最強です
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Shiraori_
Shiraori_ rated it
April 7, 2017
Status: c8
For those wondering is this novel is different, here's the deal:

-The protagonist is level 1 with F in everything but has a legend status in drops.
-Said legend status lets him get stat boosting items.
-For some god forsaken reason these valuable stat boosting items aren't limited drops like in any normal game, but they're drops from weak skeletons and zombies that any old mook can kill.
-Being Level 1 obviously doesn't prevent him from consuming stat boosting items.
-Guess what happens next.

Also worth noting:
-There is literally no set... more>> up or backstory, and there are literally no descriptive details of the locations, or the world, or anything. Enjoy reading a story in a setting the author can't even be arsed to describe in a few words, if at all.
-Writing is plain and amateurish, translator puts annoying TLNs every few sentences. (TLN: Stop doing this please)
-Up to C8 and only girls have appeared. All seem to gravitate towards our MC for some reason. It's not exactly as gratuitous or blatant as say, World Teacher, but it's still incredibly obvious what's happening here.
-Protagonist has no character or personality to speak of. Neither do any of the characters. Why should I give a sh*t about any of these people?
-It's really boring. Nothing interesting happens.

If you want me to say it any more clearly: it's boring and it's not creative or different either. Don't bother. At least read some sh*tty isekai that has a world to get invested or interested in. Here there is nothing.

P.S. About the translator notes, trying to get immersed in a story while someone else comments on everything happening constantly is difficult. I'm not sure if anyone else has issues with this, but I certainly do. It's disruptive. I appreciate the work translators do, but this stuff really peeves me. <<less
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DevilScarlet
DevilScarlet rated it
June 17, 2017
Status: c41
some guys give a review after less than 10 chapter and other blindly follow it. Sight.

After more than 40 chapter I finally wanted to give my own opinion that I hope will help ppl understand what they are reading and how they should read it.

First point, if you come after some battle angry Chinese LN (not that they are bad or anything) but I kindly tell you that it's not for you

... more>> If you want and intricate novel with detective like story or world building, ot's not for you either

What you got there is a simple isekai story and you should just take it as it is

If you don't like the genre, just don't try to read it and rate it, I don't even know why some ppl are so obstinate to down vote isekai novels and Japanese novels in general, are you some sort of cyber racist?

Anyway back to the subject, you got quickly a fluffy ambiance with no tension, you know that there will be no big bad guy and hard core level with danger at every corner

The MC is trying to understand how the word where he is work and tweak is at is advantage to continue his fluffy story

No harem in sight and romance is very soft as of ch 40, I think it will be a slow slice of life with a time leap at the end to finish it. <<less
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montblanc512
montblanc512 rated it
April 23, 2017
Status: c11
Pretty generic "Transported to Game-like world" setting with one interesting concept; the MC is weak but has cheat-like ability to always get rare-drops. I generally like these cheat-level ability fantasy novels, even when they're just okay, but this one really doesn't do much at all to develope characters or the world. We pretty much get; "There are dungeons and all resources come from drops". My problems with this novel so far are:

1. The MC almost immediately finds a way to stat up and get tons of money. There is no... more>> tension whatsoever.

2. The female characters are one-dimensional to the point of being cardboard cutouts of characters. You have tiny girl with big hammer who cooks and doesn't like bugs. And rabbit girl who is strong and likes carrots. Going on 11 chapter and we have learned nothing else about these characters, one of which the MC is living with.

3. Really? Of all the cool loot items you can give your MC, and he gets a thematically inappropriate and fantastically boring gun? A GUN!? Not only is it dull, but in this fantasy world where it might be considered interesting, nobody seems curious about what it is or where it comes from. It's never addressed. The author doesn't even get interesting with limited ammo or something, the MC spends bullets like they grow on trees, and oh-so-conveniently gets another rare drop of about 500 rounds.

4. The author seems to lose track of his own plot, mixing up what monsters are on which floors of which dungeons and what they drop. The translator points out that it's not a translation mistake but the way it is in the original.

Overall, it's just really not very interesting. The fantasy elements are explained non-chalantly, the non-fantasy elements that should be unique to a fantasy world are ignored, and the characters are generic. <<less
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bushwhacker2k
bushwhacker2k rated it
July 7, 2017
Status: c16
So the premise is perfectly fine, it's totally workable for an Isekai story... Then the author says "screw it" and tosses it out the window.

Despite starting with the absolute minimum stats possible and being locked at level 1, he goes into a dungeon by himself armed with one little wooden spear and no other equipment and mows down monsters by the hundreds. Already the author has completely destroyed the premise of him being locked in as a super weakling.

Then he finds a way to get stronger and he starts to... more>> really use it... at first... then he gets bored and stops training his stats and instead finds a gun and focuses completely on the gun (why he would focus on a weapon that his stats can't affect and requires consumables items when he has already found a way to increase his base stats, I have no idea).

Then the author introduces some disgusting enemies just to justify the existence and use of the gun.

Then I got fed up with the author not fleshing out any story, any purpose, any intention of getting stronger, any interesting RPG elements, and stopped reading.

I suggest you pass this one up. <<less
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Szatan0
Szatan0
August 13, 2017
Status: c37
Story with world rules that makes no sense, characters that act like they miss half of their brain that appear and disapear when story needs it. Overall 3 since it's viable to read if you don't focus on details too much.

Edit:

More you read it, more it gets absurd. Author tries to build story based on rules he himself made, which ends... looking weird.

Edit2:

Stopped at ch37. Unable to read more of that.
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Abhis
Abhis rated it
April 28, 2017
Status: c21
Its fun to read and with a new concept. I dont get it how can you form an opinion after just reading a couple of chaps. If you dont like it just stop reading.

The chapters are short but sweet. We have a dense hero and dwarf san who sleeps in the dungeon initially only moving after hero bought her a house. The story revolves around their day to day life and the evolution of hero.
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violetbroom
violetbroom rated it
April 11, 2017
Status: c10
An otherworld novel that start differently, compared with what I usually read (MC came from the drop of slime!). The story is light without any real conflict, tell us about mc's every days life in otherworld. Other characters are cute and heartwarming (except several who are not important but annoying).

It has simple game system stat, but without number (except lvl). It use A, B, C, etc. The simple stat make it easier to understand and comparing rather than stat which full of numbers.

It looks promising and interesting, try to read... more>> it if you get bored with usual otherworld novel.

Corcerning its negative point about lacks of physical desciption (about the otherworld), its true, but I don't think it's so bad. Wether it's bother you so much or not, you will only know after you red it.

... and the translator's blog looks nice and comfortable to read in my mobile phone. <<less
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Icetower45
Icetower45 rated it
July 5, 2017
Status: c50
The story at first seemed to be good but it went downhill after the use of guns in the story. In your typical another world story you would expect sword skills and the like but all the MC does is use a gun and that gets boring very fast. I don't recommend it but if you like a gun type of story then go for it.
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Lolistalker
Lolistalker rated it
June 21, 2017
Status: c22
Dont bother, if you only want fluffy story in another world with OP MC theres plenty that is as good or better than this, all of the character is at most 2 dimensional, the MC is meh, change him with any other average random dude and it will be the same if not better, the author is also often very inconsistent, from the content of the story and the way it was delivered I could tell he (or she for all I care, I doubt tho) was young (or should... more>> I say immature?) and inexperienced

I've read literally over hundred of WN/LN also read hundreds of manga etc, plenty of them start out decent or really good with potential of getting even better but end up face planting, so this kind of sloppy WN I dont have much hope of the future, dropped <<less
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prozerg
prozerg rated it
April 30, 2017
Status: c22
Very sweet and relax read for any of you who wants some peace of mind after reading those novels that make you want to kill the author. Romance is there and it is not forced.
Spoiler

MC and Emily are very cute together, not to mention the clerk Elza as well.

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Definitely on my reading list.
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fakerlol
fakerlol rated it
February 22, 2018
Status: c30
This is, without a doubt, the worst thing I've ever done to my brain; reading this garbage.

Everything in this world is being shaped (in realtime) for the pleasure of the protagonist. EVERYTHING.
The Protagonist has a particular problem - some lines away a miraculous solution presents itself, totally devoid of any logic or cohesion to the worldbuilding.

It is apparent that the author just started writing one day and builds the world along the way, more reactionary than presciently. This presents itself in quite bizarre ways, as in every couple chapters... more>> another rule is added onto the already nonsensical pool of events that only exist to help the Protagonist.

For example:
Spoiler

He 'discovers' that monsters out of the dungeons drop other stuff as in the dungeons.
After getting a handgun dropped (red flag #1) he contemplates that he needs to refill his ammunition anytime soon.

In the next chapter he 'discovers' that any monster that he kills outsite of the dungeons drop him bullets (red flag #2). Problem solved, right? But why did the other monster drop a handgun, opposed to dropping bullets?
Well thats easy, because the Protagonist needed it ;)

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There is no further value in reading this story if you're not 12 and need a strongly self-inserted Protagonist that is quite dumb and accepting.

I was trying to use this as a filler for the other stories I read but it was more harm than good tbh... <<less
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FinzRaizer
FinzRaizer rated it
December 28, 2017
Status: c165
Well it just easy life stories. You enjoy easy way and not complicated story and everything will go easily with plot. Well many people have their owm reference either they like it or not. So the story and chara not too bad for me~. Since there are many bad rating I give 5 star ~
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Novelupdatesaccount1
Novelupdatesaccount1 rated it
February 7, 2018
Status: c32
Like most everyone else is saying the story isn't great. The setting had some initial potential despite the author wasted a large chunk of it by not really fleshing anything out. The story dies, however, around the mid-twentieth chapter once the MC gets a gun - at which point the story begins to ignore everything rpg related to focus on the gun.

I won't go into too much detail as others have already done that, but a few other cons:

Homophobia - played off for laughs, but kind of jarring

Cliches - You... more>> helped me with "small task", here's the item you wanted

2D characters - Random girl harem member, shop clerk in love with MC, rabbit girl who likes MC as he owns carrots... <<less
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GodTurtleOm
GodTurtleOm rated it
November 3, 2017
Status: c40
I read a big chunk including MTLs of the raw and stopped after that. The sheer number of flaws in this series makes it difficult to read. It's bad for a freshman effort, much less the author's 5th or 6th series that's on this site, most of which have been published now.

The characters are pretty stupid, including MC, who, as another reviewer pointed out, completely ignored the double drop item ring he got.

Biggest problem with this world? There doesn't seem to be any way it would actually work and the... more>> author wasn't very convincing that it has somehow persisted as far as it has. Everything in the world only can come into existence as drop items from dungeons, dungeons are relatively high risk, anything left alone in either a dungeon or the outside world also turns into very powerful monsters. This applies all the way down to trash. Maybe it's resolved somehow later in the story, but that degree of nonsense should be cleared up much earlier. <<less
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GreatZar
GreatZar rated it
October 13, 2017
Status: c26
My biggest complain is that the author is really not good minimaxing. All that talk about increasing grind efficiency, while ignoring 2x drop ring. It's damn 4x increase for bullet production!!!

Also, MC ignores melee weapons. Oh, he also maxes stats one by one instead of balanced increase. And for some reason, his low endurance have no negative effect on his ability to fight/grind for prolonged periods of time.

He ignores the possibility of strengthening his flatmate through drop-sharing cart for far too long. Well, it might not work because it's possible... more>> that seed are not bound to the one who killed monster, but it's worth to check. And his money-grinding speed would increase significantly.

So it's really hard to believe all that efficiency talk by author. <<less
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GregLuck
GregLuck rated it
April 8, 2018
Status: c92
I actually wanted to give it 2, 5 stars. This novel is pretty generic with bad writing, no backstory, too many flaws on setting and world building.

Imagine, world without anything except land and some stream of water, all necessity came from dungeons, including money, just how bad is the environment that grass is not even there, but strangely on the ilustration it's all greenery. The author just practically write anything that comes to mind into the novel without thinking how it would go, how it would affect the upcoming chapter... more>> or whatsoever.

TOO MANY FLAWS IN LOGIC.

It was mentioned that anything came from the dungeon, even material for building a house, BUT on chapter 87 it was clearly mentioned that they have trees.
Spoiler

[Yeap, though it was blocked by trees, but sometimes you can see it from a certain perspective.] (Alice)

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Also, the author said that you can't plant anything or herd anything outside, but they have a village which literally doing nothing, without any income, and the 'big city' kept them around 'just in case' a dungeon will appear ??

I have to mention that the way author put prices on the 'farming' of drop item is ridiculous, a whole salmon cost more than 1 million yen, etc. I have to mention that even though our MC have a crazy amount of strength, he never ever even once of thinking of utilizing it's strength by using sword/axe/hammer or any other arms, instead he was fixated on using guns, in which he have to mind the ammo. And I have to mention that the gun the MC use is a revolver, but in the story it says it uses up an entire magazine, though it's possibly error in TL. The author thinking is so shallow, and honestly I think the author is a fifth grader trying to write a novel.

Also, the dungeon names what based on element, that suggest there should be around only around 115 dungeon would exist, and it was inferred that each city would have around 4-6 dungeon, so that makes it only 20-25 city exists. That in itself shows how small minded is the author. Practically the world building is total crap. I repeat, TOTAL CRAP WORLD BUILDING

The logic flaws, plot hole, no clear aim, shallow MC, unclear side character, lots and lots and lots of stupid choice by MC is making me frustrated.

One of the biggest logic flaw is when you a dropped item have no human around it for a few moment, they will turn into monster again, if it's trash it's become some frankenstein's monster, just imagine you cooking rice and let it go for a while came into kitchen full of monster rampaging. There is too many question hanging about the world building, no clear distinction, no clear laws. Just imagine how far people would go just to transfer rice, or wheat, a staple food.

Another flaw is when MC make the rogue monster drop item, he could actually get unlimited exp from it, he just didn't realized it, total idiot. Item drop > rogue monster > better item drop > rogue monster > better item drop. All the while having exp ball collected each time monster killed, and the item getting better in quality.

Okay, now that the worst part from the novel is barely over, the novel somehow is entertaining, it's like a stupid show but you just keep watching it. There is a slight typical jap-skit, tsukkomi.

Anyway, if you are fine with reading a half-assed story with lots of flaws, but makes you slightly entertained, then go ahead. <<less
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sgrey
sgrey rated it
March 19, 2018
Status: c138
TL. DR: the novel has many problems, but is actually fun to read. Give it a try. I was able to ignore most of the problems and enjoy the comedy part.

This novel has many, many, a great many problems. There are huge plot holes and severe lack of logic everywhere. Every chapter would contain some sort of contradiction. For example, there is a monster that no one has ever defeated, but for some reason, there are drops from that monster available for sale. Another thing that ticks me off all... more>> the time is that bullets are flying at a dodgeable speed and they are visible to the naked eye. From a distance of apparently less than a 100 meters, the bullets can fly in a weird arc, be dodged after they have been fired and everyone can see the path bullets take. Overall the way MC operates guns is one of the biggest flaws in the novel.

However, the biggest problem, in my opinion, is that MC is retarded. I can't think of any novel off the top of my head where MC would be dumber than here. Several girls kissed him and confessed to him, and he is still wondering why they kissed him. The relationships are not progressing at all. I honestly don't expect any type of progress with romance in this novel. And it is not just romance. The way he does his research is stupid, the way he fights is retarded, the way he holds himself is on a level of 10-year old. Honestly, most events just happen to aid him, and thus he became successful. It's like the whole world was built to help MC. One after another coincidences pile up for him to progress. There are seriously so many problems with his behavior, that I would need several pages to just list all of them. Just as an example, he could've made a teleport device between several long-distance locations and use it. It would fit nicely with the story and it would show that he is actually thinking. But no, he does not have any idea about it, and instead, the author just throws a house at him where there is a secret door with a teleport between dungeons built in.

Despite all that, this novel did not actually bore me! It was a fun read. The comedy part is pretty funny. I just love all interactions with the bunny. The bunny is the best character in the novel! I was laughing pretty often and enjoyed my time. <<less
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Sole
Sole rated it
February 7, 2018
Status: --
The early story is actually kinda good/fun, if you just want a simple relaxing daily life story where things just kinda fall into place naturally without any real effort needed or conflicts transpiring, but honestly it doesn't stay good for very long, at all. (If your interested in it, I'd recommend the first 8 chapters, maybe the first 20 at most, at least up till that point the author cared enough to not just add random stuff and then pretend anything inconvenient to the next narrative going the way the... more>> author wants never happened instead of coming up with a reason for why the next narrative still goes the way it goes)

At first all the story really consists of are the characters, they start out as rather simple minded peaceful people to the point of coming off as one dimensional, but they're well implemented so they're fun, but pretty early on the characters simply become really dumb card board cut outs of they're former selves and/or random tropes, plus really unaware of their surroundings, at around the same point in which that happens the story transitions from being about the characters to being about the MC getting involved (regularly) in unnaturally implemented and all around uninteresting developments that he then proceeds to resolve via the use of his gun (s) and the ever so "convenient" magical bullets with their ever changing based on the scenario abilities. He spends quite a lot of his time farming (grinding) for bullets and then immediately squandering them despite not "really" needing them practically ever, under the false pretext of efficiency (he spends more time farming bullets than he would simply getting things done without using bullets, several chapters worth more). (Oh right I should mention from that point on he just kind of does wasteful/stupid stuff at random and has it magically turn out to have been either not entirely squandered in the sense that at least he lucks out and doesn't experience any particularly bad consequences as a result of his actions or his actions turn out to have been the right choice since something convoluted ends up happening out of nowhere to justify them)

example 1 of MC's efficiency : items spawn where the monster is killed therefore he picks up the monsters and throws them towards his cart shooting them before they land so that the item lands in the cart, instead of say simply squeezing them with his hand insta-killing them and just throwing the item...

example 2 of MC's efficiency: it takes 1 punch, 1 magic bullet, or 5 normal bullets to kill this type of monster, so far I've been beating them with one punch but for the sake of efficiency I'll use 2 guns so that I can shoot 2 magic bullets at it instead of just 1 magic bullet... (once you learn how he grinds for magic bullets this will become even more frustrating to read him do, put simply he's doing three times as much and taking three times as long at least to do things compared to if he simply didn't use bullets)

example 3 of MC's efficiency: I don't know if I have enough magic bullets to both make it there and escape therefore I'm going to use one to kill my opponent and another just for the heck of it really (he needed the magic bullets for the first time but wasted half of them on something he'd always done by hand prior to that point, why? I guess he suddenly forgot that he could do it by hand? no good explanation was ever given), *later that scene* I've made it here but I'm out of magic bullets and my fists aren't working therefore I'm going to have to run, it's not like the opponents can leave their areas (they'd die) or really harm me in any meaningful way anyway (he really didn't even "need" to fight, had he not fought on his way in he wouldn't even have needed to "worry about the possibility" of having created rouge monsters on the way in something that didn't happen) in the end as he's finally running away instead of trying to kill the monsters for no reason, a character appears in a place that the particular character had no way of getting access to (the character would've died in route if they tried going there) and bringing along something that they had no way of bringing, so that the MC could grind for bullets and kill the monsters instead of running and so he grinds bullets and kills the monsters scenario end (yeah the author just glosses over the character managing to get there and how they brought something they couldn't actually bring). (NOTE: in that particular scene the reason why magic bullets were needed was because magic bullets invoke/cast magic something the MC himself can't do, and only magic was effective against the monsters in this development, the reason the MC had to do it was because all methods of invoking/casting magic were currently impossible to use due to a magic storm... magic bullets invoke/cast magic that's all... they aren't supposed to work but since they're "supposed to be" the necessary for the MC to kill the monsters they just did, why? cause they just did, okay, the author just glosses over everything that happened in that chapter from then on aside from how yeah the magical bullets turned out to be needed for something for once (but not really though...) and he managed to use the magic bullets to accomplish his mission) <<less
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2Girls1Cupcake
2Girls1Cupcake rated it
February 5, 2018
Status: c125
TLDR: Quite a bit I find problematic in this novel, but it doesn't matter at all, the side characters outshine everything. Worth a read.

Not a fan of the premise of this novel and aside from that it seems pretty inconsistent.

The premise is that everything in the world is born from monster drops in dungeons, but if these are left at a certain distance away from human lifeforms/activity it will turn into something known as "rogue monsters", this in itself is problematic, but let's first talk about the world, since everything... more>> is born from dungeons that means that everything above ground will be a total wasteland aside from towns, it is described as nothing but dirt, water and stones. Water and air comes from monster drops too by the way, but they don't turn into rogue monsters. Later on the scenery from a mountain top is descibed as a world of green, thought there was no grass? later again trees are mentioned for some reason, inconsistent...

The fact that everything is made from monster drops and will turn into rogue monsters is problematic since it doesn't seem like processed goods are free from this, that means that if you make a town, there will be areas that are free from human activity at some point. The houses and everything in them should turn into rogue monsters, but this doesn't happen though, why? Inconsistency... Of course you couldn't have this happen or else you couldn't create any form of civilization, that is why I dislike the premise.

Although I find the premise problematic and think that any human being from earth thrown into a world that's a wasteland would fall to depression from not being able to see any signs of nature ever again, I like this novel quite a bit, it's all about the characters carrying the novel, the MC aside that is.

The MC has an IQ that's below absolute zero, then again, it's all about other people asking him to do things or giving him inspiration, so it isn't that bad since although he's a moron, other characters will make up for it, for example Emily, she's a wonderful character and the nodesu/nanodesu is as cute as ever, then we have Eve. she's a weirdo but insanely loveable, those two are what keeps you reading.

Aside from these there's the shop receptionist that's sweet aswell, a "princess" where I'm not sure if she's actually one or just some ojou-chan that's called a young princess of the house, which will grow on you aswell, just not to the extend of the previous ones. There are two other team members that I haven't mentioned, they aren't as unique and thus don't have as big an impact on the reader, yet they're still not bad.

Talking about anything else you would normally focus on in a novel is redundant, it's all about the characters and they are wonderful, so I would still recommend this novel. <<less
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Aytise
Aytise rated it
April 20, 2018
Status: c145
The story is interesting, the concept of manu dungeons to explore, hero getting rich, and surprise items is also very fun to read, it’s a shame the author sometimes forgets what he made up previously and doesn’t use it since sometimes the story doesn’t make sense or it coulh have been dealt with easier. Also there’s a lot of repetition the the characters’ reactions « gratitude » « affection » « embarrasment » even « hate » are always expressed the same it’s a bit annoying and the childish parts... more>> of the novel break the nice parts’ pace. Overall it’s a good story and I don’t regret reading it, even enjoyed it. <<less
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